Cathedrals in any part of Ireland whose architecture mainly dates from the medieval period, whether or not they had cathedral status in that period.
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Christ Church (Anglican) Cathedral, Dublin
The cathedral of Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ Church, was founded by the Vikings, rebuilt by the Anglo-Normans restored by the Victorians under George Edmund Street. This attractive official site gives history, archive catalogue, images, and visitor information.
Christ Church (Anglican) Cathedral, Waterford
The only neo-classical Georgian cathedral in Ireland, designed by John Roberts (1714-1796). The official site includes a history and images, and a brief biography of its architect.
St Columb's Cathedral Londonderry
The official site includes a history and tour of this church completed in 1633 in the Gothic style.
St Patrick's (Anglican) Cathedral, Dublin
The official site supplies a brief history.
St. Colman's Cathedral, Cobh, Co. Cork
A history and photographs of the neo-Gothic cathedral designed by the architects Pugin and Ashlin. It took 47 years to build, starting in 1868.
St. Fin Barre's (Anglican) Cathedral, Cork
The official site includes an illustrated history of this cathedral designed in 1862 by Willliam Burges, including a portrait and biography of the architect.
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